What We Love

  • The sublime views of the lake and the mountains from either of the two porches
  • Kayaking to Rock Island for a picnic to watch the neo-tropical birds
  • Puttering in the greenhouse
  • Road cycling on some of the most scenic and quiet roads in Vermont
  • Small dinners by the brook under the canopy of trees
The Lake House is a gracious Panton stone and wood clapboard Colonial on Lake Champlain with stunning views of the Adirondacks. The 4,357-square-foot house, built in 1991 on 10+ acres on Spaulding Bay, includes 217 feet of lake shoreline, with boat access. Arnold Bay is a short paddle away, where Benedict Arnold and his men fought the Battle of Valcour Island. The Lake House open floor plan has a large kitchen and sitting area, which leads into the living room and first floor master, all with gorgeous views. The dining room, media room, mud room and laundry room round out the main level. Upstairs are three bedrooms including a second master bedroom with a fireplace, and access to the balcony porch. Lovely perennial gardens and stone terraces surround the house, and fruit trees and berry bushes dot the landscape. Tiered stone walls and woodland plantings to the South descend to a flat area near a small brook, which is suitable for setting up a small table and chairs on a hot summer evening. 19 miles to Middlebury and 30 miles to Burlington. There is an adjacent 10 acre lot to the North available separately.

Property Details

Colonial Revival


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